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click start all programs accessories open windows explorer navigate to your photos the files right click on the photos right click copy navigate back to the destination drive right click select paste or hold the mouse cursor the photos drag them to destination folder then drop them in or if you are downloading photos from the internet once it starts downloading windows will ask whether you want to run or save it a browse option will open you can save it into a folder in my documents or another device floppy or a usb device if you need more help with this post a reply hope this helps
You have ruined the file integrity of the flash drive, There is a very slim chance that you will recover any data off of the drive. Most flash drives only have a read/write of about 8,000 to 9,000 times so depending on how much you actually used the drive, it is possible it finally went bad. To format the drive try going to my computer and right clicking on your cruzer drive letter and click format. "ALL DATA WILL BE ERASED WITH THIS OPTION"
I had the same problem on my scandisk cruzer 4.0g usb flash drive. In the end I lost all data but I restored my flash drive back to normal. Program I used : Partition Magic. Hope this information will help you. God Bless.
connect your flash drive to pc then goto mycomuter right click on it goto manage the window appers then go to disk management their are showing your hardisk and cd rom & flash drive connected with your computer then right click on your pendrive then formate it using formate option
You can run a data recovery app on the drive and attempt to pull off any data still accessible. I recommend the GetDataBack Data Recovery apps from http://www.runtime.org . Get the one for the file system on your thumb drive and give it a try. These apps have recovered data from "dead" drives for me more times than I can count.
try connecting it t different computers. if it reacts the same. well im sorry i think your 4gb sandisk flashdrive is damaged. and im sorry to tell you if that so, there is no way u can get your files back.
If you pull out the flash disk while it's working, you can damage its bootrecord. In this case Windows tells you that flash drive is not formatted because cannot read the from master boot record or FAT (file allocation table)
You can scan your flash drive attempting to repair boot record or use a flashdisk recovery tool if you have importanta data in it.
If not you can format your flash drive.
You only need to use disk management !!
Right click 'My Computer'.
In the left pane, under 'Storage', Choose: 'Disk Management'.
When device is connected it will appear as: 'Disk xx - Removable'.
It should be not allocated (Black Line), so you only need to created a new partition and format it.
Good Luck !! :-)